Advanced Training in Mathematics (ATM) Schools are a joint effort of more than 50 active researchers across the country with support from the National Board for Higher Mathematics. The programmes are conducted in reputed mathematics departments in summer and winter each year. In these Schools, the emphasis will be on problems solving and on highlighting inter-relations of basic subjects in mathematics. The Department of Mathematics, University of Delhi is conducting
Complex Analysis with the Modern Perspectives
from 16th March-4th April, 2009.
Brief description of the school:
In this school, basic and advanced topics in Complex Analysis including Riemann Surfaces and Topological methods in Complex analysis, Harmonic Function Theory and Complex analytic methods in DE, Complex Dynamics will be covered. Problem solving sessions are an integral part of the course. The lectures will be delivered in the morning, and afternoons are devoted to supervised problem sessions.
Eligibility for participation:
Applications are invited from lecturers in mathematics who have passed NET/SET or equivalent Examination and who are teaching at a college/university. Students doing M.Phil. may also be considered for the school. Teachers below the age of 30 will be given first preference.
How to Apply:
The syllabus, application form and other information about the programme is available here. Applications may also be made on plain paper, giving the following information: Name, Date of Birth, Age, Gender, Institute/Department, Areas of interest, Address for correspondence, email address, City, State, Pincode, Academic Record: B.Sc./M.Sc./ with names of the Institutes, additional information (if any). These should be attested by Head/Principal of the institute.
Completed application forms should reach
Department of Mathematics
University of Delhi
Delhi - 110007.
Phone: 011-27666658(O), 0-9810009887 (M)
e-mail : email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
by Monday, 12th January 2009.
Selected participants will be paid III-AC return train fare from their place of work/home town to the venue by shortest route and provided with accommodation and local hospitality.
- Ravi Kulkarni
- Ajay Kumar
- R. K. Panda
- V. Ravichandran
- A. Shastri
- R. R. Simha
- A. P. Singh
- Kaushal Verma
Unity of Mathematics Lectures
- R. Bhatia, ISI, Delhi
- Dinesh Singh, University of Delhi.